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the top of the head. (laughter) all right. so the fighting began last week when hamas launched hundreds of rockets at israel which were, i guess, in retaliation for israel killing the head of hamas's military which some way was actually a retaliation for hamas holding an israeli sollier hostage for five years which might have been, i don't know retaliation for israeli settlement expansion which was in retaliation from what i heard-- you know also's go back to when this thing started. >> jon: this thing has got deep roots. but this go-round israel had a new trick up its sleeve. >> israel has a new tool in its multiplayer missile defense systemness with the iron dome proved itself to be very effective. >> jon: iron dome that sounds awesome. what is that, don't tell me what that is yet. just-- i'm going to see if i can figure it out myself. you see if i'm right. just tell me. >> the iron dome, israel's home group defense shield. >> the system is designed to protect populated areas, allowing nonthreatening short range missiles to drop into open fields or water and intercepting those headed
to president morsi. what's more disturbing i think in many ways that hamas got credibility, they didn't deserve as a result of all of this, and i believe morsi was elevated by the white house and by secretary clinton, and i think the end result is that the only reason there's a cease-fire is because their missiles weren't effective, because the israelis were able to prevent they mean. them. i'm afraid they'll go back to the drug board and get bigger missiles that are more effective. what do you think? >> you're right. if you look at the wording of the cease-fire, it's pretty ridiculous. you've got the muslim brotherhood president as the arbiter of the israelis and hamas. don't forget the muslim brotherhood and hamas are the same organization. secondly, you have an administration, at least 2,000 people in the streets of cairo, saying we do not support this power grab. you've got the muslim brotherhood president who clearly does not believe in or support anything that has to do with american interests. the white house is essentially been silent on it. you know, it really reminds me of their silen
faction only rules now in part of the west bank. its islamist rival hamas, which advocates violent resistance to israel, controls gaza. after long opposing abbas's u.n. efforts, the militant hamas recently endorsed the move. >> ( translated ): the hamas movement is with all the diplomacy acts that adds to the palestinian victories. we welcome the step for statehood at the united nations but we want it to be through a national program based on the resistance and keeps the palestinian rights. >> warner: general assembly recognition would put palestine on a par with the vatican at the u.n., but would not grant full representation. last year, abbas failed to win full u.n. membership for a state of palestine. the u.s. is opposed to even limited recognition, saying it will endanger prospects for a negotiated settlement with israel. state department spokeswoman victoria nuland issued that warning again today. >> we are concerned that this vote is going to make the work of getting... the work of getting the parties back to the table more difficult. >> warner: but the palestinians' u.n. rep
which hamas runs. in the middle of it is israel. the fox report's jonathan hunt is live at the united nations with more. what is the argument? >>jonathan: the main united states concern and those others who opposed this bid by the palestinians is the palestinians could try to take advantage of u.n. recognition to use other international institutions to criticize israel publicly. most notably, the international criminal court. palestinians previously have indicated they will press war crime charges against israel using the court over the sort of violence we have seen recently and in year's past in gaza. u.s. officials believe that kind of move and this bid if unilateral statehood will lessen rather than improve the chance for peace. israeli officials agree. >> they can get paper from the u.n. but they will not move peace forward or make palestinian stood hood more real. the only change to change reality and to build future is through peace talks. >>jonathan: but in the absence of the pest talks palestinians are determined to ignore united states and israeli objections and press ahead w
. >> the leader of hamas is to make his first visit to gaza next week. a spokesman for the palestinian islamist group said he was going to take part in celebrations of the group cozy 25th anniversary. he lives in exile in qatar. in the internet age, information is easy to come by, but it is not so easy to judge its source and its accuracy. >> the network of german government and academic institutions wants to help change that. they have launched the german digital library. >> it is a portal where anyone can get reliable academic information among germany's cultural and scientific heritage. >> "de preying boy" -- up close and online. "the berlin goddess" -- also up close and online. the german digital library is a fine tune search engine. users type in search terms, and the library displays photos, videos, and some recordings related to them. more than 5.6 million books, pictures, films, and pieces of music are available. >> if you use other search engines, you will get information, but some of it might be unreliable. that means you need a good level of knowledge yourself to be able to fill to t
the backdrop of a fragile cease fire between the israelis and their forces and the militants from hamas. >>> workers cracked open the grave today of the late palestinian leader yasser arafat. it's all part of an investigation into whether somebody poisoned him. assassinated him even. he died in 2004. what killed him is still officially a mystery. israel has denied poisoning him at all. but over the summer, a lab in switzerland detected traces of a radioactive material in stains on his clothing. the current palestinian leader authorized this investigation to determine once and for all what really killed yasser arafat. although getting actual answers could prove very difficult. david lee in our jerusalem news room early wednesday morning. >> getting an answer on how yasser arafat died with reasonable certainty is highly unlikely, but possible. a team of experts this morning took samples of his remains to look for a radioactive substance those exhuming his body had to overcome cultural and religious objections. a tarp was placed around to keep akay onlookers. workers even had to hand in ce
in the israeli-palestinian conflict. last week he helped broker a truce between hamas and israel. so we're back in the same situation we had under the old dictatorship which is that the u.s. can't be to overtly critical because it relies on egypt's help here in the middle east. >> holly williams in cairo for us this morning. thank you so much. let's take a quick break. when we come back the latest on the civil war in syria including a report from one city at the center of the conflict. later, would be millionaires line up for a chance at tonight's historic powerball lottery drawing. this is the "cbs morning news." powerball lottery drawing. this is the "cbs morning news." or visit exelonpatchoffer2.com. cool, you found it. wow. nice place. yeah. [ chuckles ] the family thinks i'm out shipping these. smooth move. you used priority mail flat-rate boxes. if it fits, it ships for a low, flat rate. paid for postage online and arranged a free pickup. and i'm gonna track them online, too. nice. between those boxes and this place, i'm totally staying sane this year. do i smell snickerdoodles? maybe. [
-qaeda, hamas or hezbollah. they didn't want to blame someone early. here is the white house defending their position, the spokesperson president press briefing. >> there are no unanswered questions about ambassador rice's appearance on sundays shows and the talking points that she used for those appearances that were provided by the intelligence community. those questions have been answered. >> cenk: yeah, look, again i'm not putting it on susan rice. someone changed the talking points. john mccain is on with her on that same face the nation says no way it's a terrorist attack, it was coordinated. >> they had the talking points and went against them. you're with the three amigos, you're the fourth amigo. >> cenk: let's go on to something different. touree. >> old white establishment folks wrongly and repeatedly attacking a much younger black woman moments after an election in which blacks and women strongly went blue. >> cenk: do you think this has anything to do with rice' gender or race? >> you know, i don't. i don't think this has anything to do with race. condoleezza rice, another
between hamas and israel but ties with jerusalem frayed since 2009 and other danger spots such as north korea are no less dangerous than they were four years ago. >> she has a small legacy with burma, a positive. but she has a legacy with libya which is at best incomplete and legacy with syria which is seriously worrying. in many ways the big issue of her time as secretary of state was this arab upheaval that happened on her watch. so far, the u.s. record has not been very good and we have not been leading for the most part. and we have left a lot of problems for the future. >> supporters say clinton leverageed her unique star power and global rolodex to elevate and advance a set of issues important to her, including gender equality, environment and tech no and social media. >> i would like to recognize tremendous commitment and dedication you have shown to re-establishing the united states. not just as an indispensable power but as an indispensable partner. >> whether hillary clinton is remembered alongside the likes of atchison, kissinger, schultz and baker may be a function of how mu
, this president morsi, who looked like a statesman overseas dealing with the israeli hamas situation, now looks like an authoritarian dictator back home. melissa: right. >> so a lot of reasons to be very, very concerned about the chaos and instability that may come out of egypt. melissa: when you read reports and look at pictures we were showing of protests going on in tahrir square do you feel like the wind are blowing in his direction or against him? we're looking at the tear gas, the smoke, everything that is going on there. does it seem like sentiment is moving toward him or away from him? >> it depend where you are. where you sit is where you stand. in cairo you have a large number about of liberal types and secularist. outside of large cities like the people may be supportinging him. he may not move. he is probably testing the waters right now to see what he needs to say say tomorrow. the other big wildcard, melissa, is the military. morsi basically undertook a coup but you could see a military coup, who is still a major power in egypt and was holding power until morsi became the presiden
a ceasefire between israel and hamas, that gave him a new standing internationally, gave him new stature in the region, and it did and he could somehow use that to convert it into new power within egypt himself. what he's finding is in fact the new egypt is an egypt where people feel that their voices matter and that there's not going to be a new ruler. there's going to need to be a president who governs and he who governs is going to have to govern recognizing and respecting checks and balances. >> certainly democracy is a very slow process and certainly for a country that's never had it before. we'll be watching the this for a generation or more to come. but you mentioned the fact that morsi fell emboldened after brokering the deal between gaza and israel. as we speak of middle east peace, president mahmoud abbas met in new york with the deputy secretary of state william burns ahead of tomorrow's historic u.n. general assembly vote on palestinian statehood. the resolution, though, would upgrade the palestinian authority's u.n. status from observer to a nonmember observer state. it is e
. it could lead to a strengthening of hamas. as to the palestinian authority this is largely a symbolic effort. 132 nations currently recognize palestine. they are hoping for a vote that could produce 170 positive votes. we'll find out very soon. martha: we sure will. david lee thank you. bill: republicans have their own version of the d.r.e.a.m. act. how do you solve illegal immigration? the coautomatic thoefr the achievcoauthor of the achieve act is here and will be here in a moment. martha: a couple out for a drive, attacked over a cellphone video. >> if anybody wants property from you it's not worth your life or getting injured over it. property can be replaced, but you cannot. bill: we have new details on a huge fire at a clothing factory in bangladesh that killed more than 110 people. fox news learning that disney and sears are some of the western companies that did business inside that factory. it larry merged that workers there were making clothes for walmart on the clothing label of hip-hop star sean combs in bangladesh. martha: republican senators are taking on immigration wit
of weakened fatah branch of the palestinians after what happened with gaza and hamas and susan rice has to represent the united states. and there's got to be a lot of weakening of her position. >> wow, a lot going on. obviously the fiscal cliff as well. the president is sitting down with a dozen chief executeties today to talk about this. some of them were prominent supporters of mitt romney. and then the president is going to try and sell his budget plan going to a toy factory. speaking of -- >> that's where i'd go. >> speaking of the budget, coming up, former treasurer secretary larry summers joins us on set and ray liotta and mark mckinnon and in a few minutes harold ford jr. up next the top stories in the political playbook with mike allen but first bill karins with a check on the forecast. bill. >> good morning, mika and everyone out here live rockefeller plaza. the world's failous rockefeller center christmas tree will be lit 8:00 nbc, 7:00 central. this tree has a little bit of history, not your typical tree. this tree had to survive hurricane sandy and was picked out in new jers
to regain authority among palestinians. while the west bank remain quiet, the islamist hamas exchanged fire with israel earlier this month. its armed wing shooting hundreds of missiles into israeli territory during a week of conflict. many here believe that could be a first step, the united states has warned the palestinian authority that going to the united nations could thwart any chances of going for full statehood. israel has threatened a strong response should the palestinians seek full statehood. everything from withholding tax revenues to annexation of land currently occupied by settlements on the table. >> we think this is a mistake. it's political theater. the palestinians can get a piece of paper from the united nations, but they're not going to get a statd. palestinian statehood can only be achieved through negotiations with israel. >> reporter: but the palestinians might try to use their new status to bring israeli leaders in front of the international criminal court for war crimes they believe israel committed in past military operations. the palestinian bid for recognition mig
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